|1.||Clarify the functional importance of mathematical skills in biomedical science;|
|2.||Demonstrate a range of standard statistical methods which can be applied to common study designs in biomedical and health sciences|
|3.||Explain and apply basic knowledge in using statistics to summarise, describe and interpret scientific data and perform statistical inferences;|
|4.||Apply basic principles of experimental design when collecting data and perform hypotheses testing;|
|5.||Analyse biomedical and health data using common statistical software and interpret results to solve science related problems.|
|Exercise||Online modules (10 exercises - total 250 words)||15%|
|Test||Maths skills test (400 words)||20%|
|Other||Computer based exercises (500 words)||25%|
|Test||Statistics Test (MCQ & short answer questions; 750 words)||40%|
Biostatistics for the Biological and Health Sciences 2nd ed.
Triola, M., Triola, M. & Roy, J., (2017)
Pearson Education, USA.
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